Noel Clarke on his love for Entourage, Breaking Bad and Family Guy

The filmmaker and actor gives his top cultural picks

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I’m just about to watch RoboCop. I am looking forward to seeing how it compares to the original as we are now living in the future that the original film portrayed.

I also loved Spike Jonze’s Her with Joaquin Phoenix – it was amazing and science fiction is one of my favourite film genres.


I actually have my own label, Unstoppable Records, and so I’m currently listening to my artist Jamie Joseph, who’s co-signed to RCA. He’s an amazing soul artist and is working on his album. I am also a huge fan of Eminem’s, he’s a lyrical genius!


At the moment I’m re-reading Kissing in Manhattan by David Schickler. I read it years ago and loved the intertwining stories and world that he crafted in 1990s New York. I wanted to look at it again to see if there was any potential for a film. One of my favourite books is The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – I’ve been trying to get tickets to see the stage play,


I’m re-watching Season 1 through to 8 of Entourage, which I absolutely love, in preparation for the movie! Although it’s a slight exaggeration it represents the industry I work in and I can relate to it.

Favourites include Breaking Bad and Family Guy – they always make me laugh.

Noel Clarke’s film ‘The Anomaly’ is on general release. The DVD is out on 27 October.